Fairygirl


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HELLO FORKERS May 2016 Edition

Posted: 13/05/2016 at 21:07

I might need a trailer for the car then   


Strap yourselves in then - Glencoe here we come...The Campbells and the MacDonalds have got nothing on us forum forkers... 


Better get some kip and i'll call you at half six....

HELLO FORKERS May 2016 Edition

Posted: 13/05/2016 at 20:28

Clari - have your dinner and let him get his own 


Beinn a Chrulaiste (Glencoe) tomorrow ladies. Get geared up - it looks like a bonny day but it'll be chilly up top.  You might need these   


....but also these....


and I'll need a supply of hankies and cough sweets too 

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Noisy children

Posted: 13/05/2016 at 19:47

I'd contact the council Lou. It's the only option really. It's noise pollution. If you have a few other neighbours who feel the same as you and you think they might support you, try and get a few signatures and send a letter, including the fact that you've already asked nicely.


We have a similar situation here. There are some who can't seem to do anything unless it's at full volume for hours on end. My children were never allowed to scream and shout endlessly, and neither were my immediate neighbours' children.  There's very little respect from the parents,  which is the main problem. 

Ponds with rock edging and pebbles

Posted: 13/05/2016 at 19:02

Lucid - large paving slabs  would be a different matter for tiny creatures to cross as opposed to shingle and pebbles, so unless your pond was surrounded by solid paving, and there was no other route out,  you don't need to worry  

Droopy seedlings

Posted: 13/05/2016 at 18:38

Agree - they're drowning. Let them dry out gregor. Plenty of light  is also important as marc says.


They'll hopefully perk up once they drain off a bit. Little seedlings don't need much moisture  

HELLO FORKERS May 2016 Edition

Posted: 13/05/2016 at 14:32

Glad your wrist is a bit better Joyce. Just a little deadheading though - nothing too adventurous 


Extension is almost there now RB - thanks. The thought of donning painting clothes is depressing...


Very jealous chicky - hope you have a terrific time. Think obelixx is right about the cake, but I'm sure you'll survive  


Hope all goes well with your new 'job' of judging BL. Wonder if people get as worked up about flower competitions as they do in other forms of showing? Stupid question really - of course they do! Be ready with a good answer for the questions and rude comments.... 

Holly tree, cematis montana and bird cover

Posted: 13/05/2016 at 14:21

bugsbunny - severely pruning the montana varieties will inevitably mean a loss of flowering for a while. They flower on the older stems so all you've done is remove some of the flowering potential of the plant,  but it will recover and should be much better next year so don't worry. They're fairly indestructible!  


A good feed, water and mulch will help it along. It's sometimes necessary to give them a good chop as they can outgrow their space very easily. 

HELLO FORKERS May 2016 Edition

Posted: 13/05/2016 at 08:06

Morning all/afties Pat. Glad the little dog's better  


Have a good trip doc. Think the weather's turning colder for you unfortunately. Hope you packed your simmit  


Enjoy your day of 'dandling'  lily. Is that a Scottish term or does everyone use it?  


Gelato sounds good Dove - have it while sitting in the garden. Double whammy  


Full of the cold now but at least it's Friday. I think I can struggle through work like a brave little soldier though....


Hope everyone has a good day 

Why did Chris do that?

Posted: 13/05/2016 at 08:01

Beechgrove is on a Thursday night here sanjy -other parts of UK on Sunday although I think it's shown on  a Sky channel on Thursdays too.


Verd - I'd have taken the whole lot out frankly.....


And it won't resemble a hillside either -  no matter how hard he tries! 

Ponds with rock edging and pebbles

Posted: 13/05/2016 at 07:57

Insects and butterflies too BL.  I agree with the others Lucid, the internet can be very useful but it can also fill you with unnecessary fear. I think a beach would only be an issue if it was enormous and there was no other cover around. Not likely in a standard garden pond. If you're really worried, an arching grass or sedge nearby will add some shade to the pebbled area, but I don't think you need it  


Once you have the plants in place, it will be great. Loads of wildlife will use it. Enjoy 

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